A Road Scholar Program by Connie Martin
Powerful, sacred songs that derived from the heart of the antebellum enslaved African were melodic outflowing of religious expression, passion, and the hope to be free. Negro spirituals, as originated in America, tell of sorrow, trials and tribulations, secrecy and hiding, and hope for a sense of community.
Join Connie as she explains the connections of Plantation songs, or Negro Spirituals with meanings and interpretations of lyrics of some songs used in regions of the South that signaled a multiple of signs and tips that aided enslaved fugitives to find freedom.
This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact Anne Jordan at email@example.com.
Little White School Museum COVID-19 Policy
As of right now, we do not require any masks or social distancing. However, we do provide masks for those who wish to wear one and also have hand sanitizer throughout the building. We ask all participants to evaluate their comfort level and come at their own risk.
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